The Black Gash
Ash volunteered for the courthouse reorganization to gain a few credits for college. A future attorney, he anticipates a fascinating few months of studying courtroom proceedings and practices. What he’s given is several months of hard work inside a cramped and humid storage room, far from the air conditioned courtroom and the bench.
He stumbles across the records of an old trial where Annabelle Lynch was hanged for a massacre. He can’t believe the girl in the portrait was capable of such brutality. Intrigued, he begins to delve through her records in an effort to see what really happened. They called her a witch. They hated her. He’s certain their animosity was primitive and unfounded.
He soon discovers those old sentiments were based on something very real and very evil.
- File Size: 152 KB
- Print Length: 40 pages
- Publication Date: July 11, 2011
- ASIN: B005CC3HWY
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